an interview with sean hannity paul compared the u.s. . government's decision to reclaim some stolen property some stolen coins to nazi germany's confiscation of jews property in the one nine hundred thirty s. a set of ten double eagle gold coins were illegally removed stolen from the u.s. mint and the government recently found the coins that sued the woman who had. her grandfather worked in the mint back then saying that they were u.s. property a judge recently found in the government's favor regardless comparing the u.s. government to nazi germany was a bit much from senator paul that again we've come to expect these kind of outrageous and sensitive statements right and the very very ugly mitt romney the man who could be president of the united states apparently doesn't understand or care about foreign policy in an interview with buzz feed published yesterday morning romney adviser robert o'brian said speaking about the obama campaign that quote it doesn't surprise me that they're raising foreign policy because it's another distraction from the administration's terrible economic re
he doesn't have an agenda. tuesday, rush limbaugh, sean hannity, laura ingram saying if he can't win in this election, republicans should disband as a party. then on wednesday, let's say romney was right, let's give him the benefit of the doubt. his reaction was appropriate and that politically it will play well. look at the backlash that's coming from republicans, not just democrats, republicans on capitol hill who think he did the wrong thing. peggy noonan, you just showed a clip from her, peter king. there's been a lot of people who have come out that said he shouldn't have said what he did and how he said it. you have three straight days of republican critiquing him which speaks very fundamentally to the issue that he has, is that republicans don't like him that much. so they're ready to pounce on him the minute that he doesn't do what they think he should do to beat barack obama. >> jim, does the romney campaign feel like this is just beltway banter from some members of congress but also from pundits, or do they feel like they have a real problem here this week? >> i think they'
situation in cairo and the growing crowd of protest outside of the u.s. embassy, tonight on "hannity." getables. [ clock ticking ] [ male announcer ] there's a better way... v8 v-fusion. vegetable nutrition they need, fruit taste they love. could've had a v8... >> sean: protesters are gathering in cairo, egypt. protesters can be seen firing rocks into the streets. but first, the violence in ejipts and libya are raising important questions about how much money the united states is sending overseas to these radical regimes. according to the congressional research service, our government doles out $1.3 billion a year to egypt's military. and since the start of the arab spring, the u.s. has provided libya with more than $200 million in assistance. should we be paying that mony? joining me with rction, monica crowley and the director of the law fair project, brook goldstein. it is knowing the history of the brotherhood, how we give them a penny, how they get invitations to the white house -- i can't get an invitation to the white house to the christmas party. >> guback to the beginning of
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